Seniors sharing technology knowledge
The Cary Seniors Technology Users Group (CSTUG) brings together seniors with an interest in (and passion for) all aspects of technology in our daily lives. Computers are in everything around us, not just on our desks anymore and the club has grown to embrace the entire spectrum of possible “computer controlled” devices we live with and use to make our lives better, easier and more fulfilled. With over a decade of history behind us, our membership has expanded and we welcome everyone with an interest in, or curiosity about the technology that literally envelops every aspect of daily living.
There are NO requirements (or limits) for computer knowledge or computer experience to join. If you just got your first computer or smartphone and want to know how to use it OR if you have built robotics that walked on the moon—you’re gladly welcomed here! You don’t have to have fancy equipment or a roomful of computers—genuine interest, general curiosity and friendliness are the only things you need to supply.
We have monthly meetings with presentations, discussions, and hands on help from very knowledgeable people: both our own members and guest speakers.
Want to know how to join? If you're over 55 years old and either interested in technology or are looking for some friendly help, come join us!
Where and when to find us?
We meet at 1:30pm on the second Saturday of the month at the Cary Senior Center (120 Maury Odell Place) in the Fred G. Bond Metro Park
URGENT NOTICE: Due to the Town of Cary closing the Senior Center for activities because of the danger of COVID-19 (corona virus), there will be no "in person" meetings until the Senior Center is open again.
Planning to start virtual meetings in early 2021...check back!